Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 19, 1950 · Page 9
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January 19, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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THUfttDAV, JANUARY ll, 1ISO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOI Htllft Name jersey Youth Assistant C. W, Fedorttum Succeeds Bert Sinclair JERi«rVILLE, Jan. 19.~(Spt- Clal.) -- Charles W. Pederman, Moweaqua, 111., has tan Employed M youth assistant In J»ri«y_ County by the executive boards of the Jersey County Farm Bureau and the Home Bureau. He succeed* Bert Sinclair, who occupied that pott for nearly three years and resigned recently to ac- etpt a position as field representa* tlve with the Ruhin: Phosphate and Chemical Co. In the central south district of Illinois. The new youth assistant will assume his duties F«b. 1. He has an excellent background of rural training and has been active In 4-H club work for years. He has a degree from the school of agriculture of the University of Illinois and while a student at the university was outstanding in the work of agricultural organizations on the campus. He Is a former member of the marine corps, serv Ing a year with that branch of ser vice. Federman will be married Jan. 22, and his bride will accompany him to Jerseyvllle when he reports for duty. The youth assistant is employed Jointly by the Farm and Home Bureau groups and assists with the work of both home economics and agricultural 4-H clubs in the county. The committee which selected Federman for the post here was composed of Gus Heneghan, chair- 'man; Morris Waggoner, and Harold Parsell, from the Farm Bureau board, and Mrs. Sylvester Kalla), county 4-H chairman of the Home Bureau, and Mrs. Frank Gerson, the 1949 4-H club chairman. Parents of Son JERRSEYV1LLE— Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Dunslng are parents of a son, Danny Leo, born at 3:50 a. m. Wednesday at their home in Jerseyvllle. The baby weighed g',4 pounds and is the second child of the couple. Announce Birth of Son JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Theo Young are announcing the birth of a son on Wednesday at 5:26 a. m. at Memorial Hospital Alton. 'The baby is the first child of the couple and weighed six pounds and one ounce. Vfce-President of StateMoose Visits Jerseyville Lodge JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 19 —(Special)—Freeman W. Wolfe, Belleville, vice president of the Illinois Moose Association, visited the Jer- seyvlllo Moose Lodge Monday evening in Its elubrooms. He talked with members and later met with the board of directors. .'-; • Sjl^*' •••?' '**' •'• '' ' Vice President Wolfe announced an Illinois District Moose meeting In Wood River, Feb. 19, at which time a district Initiation will take place. Herbert Wilson, Rock Island president of the Illinois Moose Association, will be present and deliver the principal address. President Wilson is editor of the Rock Island News. The Jerseyvllle Lodge will dispense with a local Initiation during February and will take its candidates to the district initiation In Wood River. All members of the Moose lodge, their wives candidates, and their wives are invited to attend. The wives of the Wood River Moose will serve supper to all visitors that evening The Jerseyvllle lodge is chartering a bus for the occasion and a number will also drive to the meeting In private cars. bought with a smal dusting Nicaragua has plant, equipped mechanism, with which to wag< war against the grasshopper in vaslon in its western agriculture areas. Jersey Junior Women Hear Speech by State Therapist FIRE SWEEPS ARMY CAMFi 2 DIE—A brush tire raged out of control through these buildings at the Army's Camp Carson, south of Colorado Springs, Colo. Two CIs are dead and at least 29 burned or injured.—NEA Telephoto. ienevieve Marsden, and Mrs. larle Rohlting. Members of the efreshment committee Included Irs. Clydla Daniels, Mrs. Maude Jly, Mrs. Bessie Plummer, Mrs. Carrie Watts, Mrs. Geneva Henerson, Mrs. Sylvia Brayshaw, /Irs. Gladys Little, Miss Melba iVesterhold, Mrs. Mildred Cull, HAPSBURG PRINCE AND BELGIAN PRINCESS BRIDE—Archduke Charles of Hapsburg, 31, and Princess Yolande, 26, of Belgium, leave chapel at Beloil Castle in southern Belgium after their rrlarriage before members of many of Europe's noble houses. The bridegroom is the son of the late Emperor Charles of Austria and his empress, Zita The bride is the daughter of Prince Eugene de Ligne, Belgium's ambassador to India, and Princess Phillipe de Noailles. The couple, who were childhood sweethearts , were married by a Roman Catholic priest in a specially constructed chapel—AP Wirephoto via radio from Paris. Jerseyvitte Ruby Rebekah Lodge Installs 1950 Officers JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 19 — (Special)—"Friendship," the motto ~l the district president of the Rebekah Lodge, furnished the theme for the open installation of officers of Ruby Rebekah Lodge, Jerseyville, Tuesday evening, which was attended by more than 200 persons. This motto and the district president's emblem, "the dove" were introduced in the decorative scheme for the evening. Mr». Jonetta Maupin was seated nofcle grand at the service, succeeding Mrs. Lois Reynolds, who is now junior past noble grand. Other officers for 1950 are Mrs. Ada Cook, vice grand; Harold Wayham, recording secretary; Mrs. Faye Chappell, financial secretary; Jess Hamblen, treasurer; Mrs. Mildred Cull, warden;, Mrs. Mildred Campbell, conductor; Mrs. Viola Brock, chaplain; Mrs. Ger- Clothes Outs By Jerry Trattler Few / Tickled! You can imagine how I felt when the telephone rane. ana some guy asks me, "Who Invented the steam engine?" I couldn't hear him very well so I asked, "What?" "That's exactly right," ha says. "You have just won $737,000.83 in cash on our 'Throw the Money Away' radio show." When I regained consciousness, I rushed right down to Trattiers and did myself up proud—* Botany 900 suits, 5 pairs of Florsheim'i, 3 Dobb* hat*, 10 Arrow shirts and all the accessories. The bill came to $714. "Charge it," 1 says. Two day* later, the armored truck came with my money— that Eood old green stuff! Inside the truck was a funny looking Rule guy. "I represent the Income Tax Dep't. of the Treasury,* he murmurs. After figuring for 10 minutes, he declares, "You •we us $737,000." Well, I have 23c laft anyhow. But, my gosh! Who Is going to p*y Trattiers? (Walck ler Ikls eeliMW every Hum.) —Adv. ^_ * trude Isringhausen, inside guard 1 ian', Mrs. Mildred Petitt, outside guardian; Mrs.'Mabel Springman right supporter to noble grand Mrs. Nona Wayham, left supporter to noble grand. Mrs. Genevieve Marsden, right supporter to vice grand;.Mrs. Leola Coonrod, left supporter to vice grand; Mrs. Margaret Edwards musician. Mrs. Gladys Little 1 staff captain this year and trus tees are Mrs. Freda Ingersoll, Mrs. Florence Rohlfing, Mrs. Hettl< Breitweiser, Mrs. Bernice Bart lett, and Mrs. Genevieve Marsden Members of the installing staf included Mrs. Mable 1 Springman district deputy president; Mrs. Leola Coonrod, marshal; Mrs Marie Rohlfing, deputy warden Mrs. Genevieve Marsden, deputy recording secretary; Miss Edltl Catt, deputy financial secretary Miss Thelma Westerhold, deputy chaplain; Mrs. Nona Wayham deputy inside guardian; Miss Helen Foster, deputy musician and Mrs. Beatrice Naylor, Miss Mary Gil worth and Maribelle Coonrod, so loists. Each elective officer entered the hall with his husband or wife. A the noble grand and vice noble grand took their stations they were escorted by a group com posed of Miss Irma Worthey, Mrs. Fay Maxine Cornelius, Mrs. Eunice Houseman, Mrs. Gertrude Stewart Betty Gill, Mrs. Esther Stanley Mrs. Gladys Little, Miss Melba Westerhold, Miss Doris Gerson and Mrs. Bessie Plummer. The* women were In formal attire am carried golden links from the friendship chain In keeping with the installation theme. Carl Maupin, husband of the noble grand, served as flag bearer. The candles for* the service were lighted by Mrs. Bessie Rintoul, Mrs. Stella Miller, Mrs. Naomi Bowen, and Mrs. Velma Elliott, who wore the white robes of the Lodge. The Bible carriers were Mrs. Florence Rohlfing, Mrs. Edna Jewsbury, Mrs. Bernice Bartlett, Mrs. Norma Heneghan, and Mrs, -Edith Crafton. The noble grand received flowers from her family, presented by her small son, Artie Maupin, and she and the vice noble grand were recipients of flowers from the Lodge, Mrs. Marie Rohlfing making the presentation. The past noble grand was presented a whit* Bible by Mrs. Genevieve Utrrttn. in behalf of the club. The past noble grand Jewel waj presented to Mrs. Reynolds by Miss Mith Catt. Original songs were sung by the soloists of the evening. Mrs, IM- trice Nayior. sang to Mrt, Rs>. nolds, retiring noble grand:.Miss Mary Gllworth. to Mrs, Ada Coo*, vice grand; .and Marital!* Coonrod, to Mrs. Jonetta Maupin, the new npble grand. A duet was given, by Mrs. Naylor and Mist Qilworth at thf closing of the Bible. The decorations committee was composed of Mrs. Mabel Spring* man, Mrs. Nona Wayman, Mn, JERSEYVILLE, .Ian. 19. (Special)--"Busy Hands Make Contented Minds" was the subject of the talk given by Mrs. Hazel Love, chief occupational therapist of Jacksonville State Hospital, before a large audience attending the Jerseyville Junior Woman's Club meeting in Chapman hall, Monday evening. "Occupational therapy hastens recovery of any patient, from any disease," she told her listeners. She explained her work at the state hospital, where she conducts 22 classes, handles 500 patients a month, and has 29 employes In her division. They teach the patients needlework, dressmaking, upholstering, weaving, tailoring and painting. A collection of their handicraft .was displayed at the meeting by Mrs. Love. The speaker was Introduced by Mrs. Kenneth Ingersoll, chairman of the education department, which was in charge of the meet- Ing. Mrs. Paul J. Fleming, club music chairman, was In charge of the musical program. Two plnno number?, "Kamennoi-Ostrow" by Ru- bensteln, and "Consolation" by Mendelssohn were given by Miss Linda Boner, Miss Anaslasln Arger, president, conducted * business meeting and the club voted to attend the community betterment project meeting here Friday. They voted to donate 510 to "The Haven" at Marion, 111., the Junior Club state Mrs. Viola Brock, Mrs. Esther Stanley, Mrs. Minnie Egelhoff, and Mrs. Beatrice Naylor. chosen for the style show theme this year. A social hour followed the meet* ing. "Skiing" furnished the motif for the table decorations with tiny skiers In various positions, sliding down a "cotton mountain" forming the center piece of the refreshment table. Committees In charge were Mrs. C. G. Atkins. Mrs. John Robinson, Mrs. Robert Erwin and Mrs. Gerald Melntyre, decorations; Mrs. Aron Cope, Mrs, H. E. Wuestenfeld, Mrs. Laverne Knauel, Mrs. Paul Erb, Mrs. Raymond Warner and Miss Donna Faye Frost, refreshments. project, and $10 to the local polio drive. A group of Junior Women agreed to assist with the solicitation In the polio drive here. The club discussed plans for a bake sale Saturday at Jerservllle Refrigeration Co. on North State street. Mothers of the Junior Club members, will be entertained by the Juniors at their meeting Feb. 10 In the Elk's ballroom. A feature of the program will be a "Hat Lecture" by Martha McDonald of Jollet. The date of the Junior Club style show has been set for Feb. 20 at .Terseyvllle Community High School. Tickets were distributed Monday among the members. "Fifty Years of Fashion" has been clal) — The annual meeting of Fleming Head Of State Bank Of Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 19. (Spe- the diteeton of the (Matt Bftftk of fattejfflUi wan conducted We*. nesday morning. p. S. lietntitg we* t*ftoet*d president for the thirtieth e«Mte* utive year. He he* Me* i mem* her of the board of (UttetofTlt, years and has been associated «tijta> the State Bank since 1908. « Other executive officers eVsetet; at the meeting were R. Leo Smith, vice president; J. Maurlc* Burn* cashier; C. O. Reddish, Fred C. Herold, Miss Edith Cat and Paul Fleming, assistant cashier. Directors elected at the stockholders meeting, which preceded the session of the board were P, J. Fleming, Paul Fleming, R. Leo Smith, Leslie K. Jacoby, Jersey. vllle, and V. 3. Wardeln, Alton. If you still have holiday fruit cake around, heat It In the top of a double boiler and serve It with a flffy hard sauce. H«ta, 96.99 Values to $20.00 Borleffs HOME - OWNED s Sport Shirts, Values to fleJg ANNUAL JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Brief,, sec Mow In Protfross s P° rt Coats > 0 Values to W.M a NOW! 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